Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

  • Jeff Phaneuf GS, SPIA

    Jeff Phaneuf is a former Marine Corps infantry officer and congressional campaign manager now focused on innovation and social entrepreneurship. Originally from Massachusetts, Jeff is a graduate of Harvard and currently an MPA2 in the School of Public & International Affairs.

    Jeff is a University Administrative Fellow in Entrepreneurial Leadership with the Keller Center.

    "I learned the importance of innovation while deployed Iraq. Entrepreneurial thinking and creative problem-solving kept my Marines safe every day in the fight against ISIS. 

  • Melissa Tier GS, SPI

    '"I'm also really grateful that my professional and academic experiences can continue to inform each other, and I appreciate that Princeton makes it possible to interweave these interests..."
  • B. Ben Baldanza *86, SPI

    The inaugural keynote speaker for the GradFUTURES Star Lessons in Leadership series, B. Ben Baldanza *86, a Princeton School of Public and International Affairs alumnus, was the CEO of Spirit Airlines from 2005-2016. He is currently is Chief Executive Officer of Diemacher, LLC.

     

  • B. Rose Huber

    Rose is the Communications Manager & Senior Writer, Office of Public Affairs and Communications in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

    Rose promotes research at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs by way of feature stories, news releases and research briefs, Q&As, news tips, podcasts and social media. 

  • Stanley N. Katz

    "The Higher Education Workshop has been a boon for me as a scholar-teacher with a long commitment to the study of higher education policy."
  • Anne Kuhnen GS, SPI

    Anne Kuhnen is an M.P.A. student in Economic Policy in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, and a University Administrative Fellow in the Survey Research Center.

  • Cory Isaacs GS, SPI

    "My time as a UAF is helping me become a better teammate and better understand the relationship between people and the organizations within which people operate."
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